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History is Among Us

Unearthed from under centuries of dirt and cigarette butts, this Mini Stonehenge has been found in our very own Riverside Park. Archaeologists say it is an ancient mystic healing place erected by Columbia students to mend wounds (read: paper cuts) received in the great 1754 Battle of the Butler. Administration is now considering developing it […]

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Last night, NOMADS presented Sylvia Khoury’s (CC ’12) original play—Park Beautification. Bwog’s resident philosopher of fine arts Alex Jones now reports. The play was performed in a basement room of St. Paul’s Chapel that looked like it was designed to display art, not host theater. For as unexpectedly cold a night as it was, that […]

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